Kerri Nottingham

Contributing Faculty
College of Psychology and Community Services
School of Psychology
Ph.D. Psychology

Dr. Kerri Nottingham received her PhD in General Psychology at Capella University in June 2017. She currently serves as a Contributing Faculty Member for the PhD Psychology programs at Walden University and has been teaching at Walden since July 2023. Dr. Nottingham holds licensure as an attorney in North Carolina, with an LLM in Higher Education Law & Compliance. Dr. Nottingham teaches Learning and Motivation. She has also taught General Psychology, Human Growth and Development, Introduction to Sociology, Marriage and the Family, Sociology of Aging, Death and Dying, Physical Health and the Biology of Aging, Psychological Emotional and Spiritual Aspects of Aging, Health Psychology, and Social Problems at other universities. Professionally, Dr. Nottingham has nearly a decade of instructional experience, teaching psychology and sociology courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Courses Taught

PSYC 8630 - Learning and Motivation


PhD, Capella University

JD, Campbell University

LLM, Samford University


Nottingham, K. (2020). How religious freedom in America has ushered in the death of God. Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion

Nottingham, K. (2017). A predictive analysis of the psychosocial outcomes of doctoral students.